PAUL CHA ARCHITECT designed the ‘LUCET MUNDI POP-UP SHOP’ in London, United Kingdom.
Description from the architects:
The project is a collaboration with EmaPopaya Design. The program calls for a re-usable pop-up shop for a new jewelry line, Lucet Mundi, to be executed with tight construction budget & schedule. The idea is that of a gift wrapped precious geometric gem faced with display cabinetry, to be perceived as a glowing object from a distance, yet inviting & personal at a more intimate scale. Unfinished laminated plywood hexagon display cabinet was used for its inherent structural strength, as well as construction efficiency. The pink glass radiates a warm glow over the jewelry display behind, and the black gift ribbons exemplify the romance of gift giving.
|Firms||PAUL CHA ARCHITECT|
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Designer||Ema Popaya, Sayoko Takahashi|
|Photograph||Dao – Lou Zha|